are almost nightly, including Drag Race viewing parties, drag bingo, and holiday drinking events. All-night breakfast sandwich joint Bagelsmith is across the street, should you need a BEC for the ride home. Visitors and lifelong New Yorkers drop in for a pint just to say theyve been here, and neighborhood regulars have been coming back for the usual for decades. Get ready for rainbow Jell-O shots. DJs, live music, and drag entertainment make this place a party nearly every night of the week. West Village, the all-are-welcome home of the gay rights movement, with booze. Confirmation, create a new Playlist, sign in to add this to a playlist. Nightclubs, dive bars, gay dating without registration quirky neighborhood joints, traditional spots, and unlikely venues make up the citys queer going-out scene, with dozens of attendant events and pop-up parties further enriching the landscape. Luckily you can have free 7 day access!
Courtesy of Julius, greenwich Village, a pre-Stonewall historic stop, one of the oldest spots of its kind in New York City, Julius got its start as a grocery store in the 1840s and evolved into a full-fledged gay bar after about a hundred years. Bigger parties abound on weekends, like Friday nights long-running Lesbo-a-gogo - a go-go dance party on Stonewalls top level. Super affordable at only.99/month. Henrietta is Cubbyholes big sister and you can walk from one to the other in 10 minutes, so youll see similar crowds. And sneakers, of course; theyre running a business here. Courtesy of Henrietta Hudson, greenwich Village, a high-energy, real-life ladies Tinder. Locations in Hells Kitchen and the UES draw similar crowds for a similar experience, and yes, guests may mimic the staffs attire.